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Summary of Violating the Restrictions of Ihraam

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Hajj Newsletter - Part 1

 

SUMMARY OF JINAAYAAT OF IHRAAM

1.   USE OF PERFUME ON BODY

 

a)  To apply small quantity on small limb

(eg. nose, finger) or on a portion of a big limb without excuse.

SADAQAH (one and three quarter kilograms wheat or its value).

 

b)  If the various limbs do not equate a big limb.

SADAQAH

 

c)  If a small quantity is applied over an area less than a span or two, and such clothes are worn for whole clay or less than a day.

SADAQAH

 

d) If a large quantity is applied covering a span of two tin length and width) and the clothes are worn for less than a full day. A "day” includes the period from midnight to noon.

SADAQAH

 

2.   PERFUME ON HAJAR-E-ASWAD

 

a. If little perfume became so attached to his face or hands

SADAQAH

 

3.  USE OF FRAGRANCE IN FOODSTUFF

 

a) If it does not become attached to most parts of the mouth

SADAQAH

 

b) To drink a fragrance - mixed beverage wherein the fragrance is little

SADAQAH

 

4.   MISCELLANEOUS RULES RELATING TO USE    

OF PERFUME

 

If fragrant kohl is applied

a) once or twice

SADAQAH

 

5.   WEARING OF SEWN CLOTHES

 

a) If he wears sewn clothes for a lesser period.

SADAQAH

 

b) For less than a day.

SADAQAH

 

6.   COVERING OF THE HEAD AND FEET

 

a) if the covering of the face or head (as the case may be) is less than a full day or night.

SADAQAH

 

7.   REMOVING HAIR AND CLIPPING NAILS

 

a) If less than a quarter of the head or beard is removed.

HANDFUL OF WHEAT OR A PIECE OF BREAD AS SADAQAH FOR EACH HAIR.

 

b)  If only two or three hairs are cut or clipped for each hair.

SADAQAH

 

c)  If more than three hair are cut or removed.

SADAQAH

 

d) If the hair falls by reason of an ordained by Shariah (eg. Wudhu), for three hair.

HANDFUL OF WHEAT AS SADAQAH FOR THREE HAIR SADAQAH.

 

e)  In the case of the shaver.

HANDFUL OF WHEAT AS SADAQAH FOR THREE HAIR SADAQAH.

 

8. KILLING OF LICE

 

a) If a person kills one louse.

PIECE OF BREAD AS SADAQAH.

 

b)  If a person kills two or three lice.

HANDFUL OF WHEAT AS SADQAH.

 

c)  If a person kills more than three lice.

SADAQAH (1 ¾ KG OF WHEAT OR ITS VALUE)

 

9.  HUNTING OF LAND ANIMALS

 

a) If A Muhrim kills one, two or three locusts.

LITTLE SADAQAH (AS HE PLEASES)

 

b) If he kills more than three locusts.

HALF SAA OF WHEAT

 

NOTES

 

  1. If perfume has been applied to Hajar-e-Aswad (some people do so in the days of Hajj) then it is not permissible for the Muhrim (person in state of lhraam) to kiss (Istilaam) or touch it. He should make a gesture with his hands and kiss them.

  2. The eating of a cooked meal with fragrance is permissible although the fragrance preponderates.

  3. It is permissible to drink lemon soda, or water or any other drink which contains no fragrance in a state of lhraam.

  4. It is not permissible to apply henna to the head, hands or beard in a state of Ihraam.

  5. It is permissible to apply kohl (antimony powder) which has no fragrance.

  6. There is no penalty if perfume is applied before the adoption of Ihraam although the aroma remains for any period thereafter.

  7. Women are permitted to wear sewn clothes the state of Ihraam.

  8. Women must cover their heads in state of lhraam.  If they fail to do so and uncover then heads there is no obligation or penalty.

  9. The covering of one fourth of the head or one fourth of the face falls within the ruling of the whole head and face.

  10. If the hair falls without any act on the part of the Muhrim, there is no penalty.

  11. If a person puts his clothes in sunshine or washes them and lice are thereby killed, there is penalty provided he has no Intention to kill lice.

  12. i) It is not permissible in a state of Ihraam to hunt animals of the land, to injure them, to prune their feathers, to break their eggs, to milk them, or to direct a hunter to them.

    ii) It is permissible to slaughter and eat the meat of tame animals such as goat, cow, camel, buffalo, hen – but excluding a pigeon.

 

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